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How to Remove Co-owner From a Mortgage

How to Remove Co-owner From a Mortgage

Navigating a mortgage with an uncooperative co-owner can be challenging, but Talkov Law’s partition attorneys have mastered the art of helping unsatisfied co-owners break the cycle of disagreement with a partition action. This article explores methods for disentangling oneself from the mortgage agreement by removing your co-owner. 3 Quick Fixes to Try 1. Check if … Read More

What Does a Partition Lawyer Do?

Partition Lawyers: What do they do?

A partition attorney plays a pivotal role in navigating the intricacies of ending real property co-ownership relationships, offering legal representation and strategic advice to secure a fair and equitable outcome for their clients. If discussions about managing the jointly owned property are not being taken seriously by your co-owner, retaining a partition attorney equips you … Read More

What Does It Mean to Partition a Property?

In California real estate, partitioning a property refers to the legal process of equitably dividing or splitting a jointly owned property among its co-owners. This division is typically pursued when there are disputes, disagreements, or conflicting interests among the co-owners about how the property should be used, managed, or disposed of. Partition actions are often … Read More

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Code of Civil Procedure 872.730 CCP – Application to Partnerships (Partition Actions)

California Code of Civil Procedure 872.730 is the California partition statute that explains partition as a remedy in partnerships: To the extent that the court determines that the provisions of this title are a suitable remedy, such provisions may be applied in a proceeding for partnership accounting and dissolution, or in an action for partition of partnership … Read More

Code of Civil Procedure 874.321.5 CCP - Apportionment of the costs of partition - Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act

Code of Civil Procedure 874.321.5 CCP – Apportionment of the Costs of Partition (Partition of Real Property Act)

California Code of Civil Procedure 874.321.5 is the California partition statute that describes how the court will distribute the costs of partition among parties that oppose the partition under the California Partition of Real Property Act. The statute states the following: In an action for partition of property, the court may apportion the costs of partition, including an appraisal … Read More

Code of Civil Procedure 874.319 CCP Considerations for Partition in Kind (Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act)

Code of Civil Procedure 874.319 CCP – Considerations for Partition in Kind (Partition of Real Property Act)

California Code of Civil Procedure 874.319 is the California partition statute that establishes whether or not a partition in kind would result in great prejudice to the cotenants of the property under the California Partition of Real Property Act. The statute states the following: (a) In determining whether partition in kind would result in great prejudice to the … Read More

Code of Civil Procedure 874.317 Cotenant buyout of interests Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act

Code of Civil Procedure 874.317 CCP – Cotenant buyout of interests (Partition of Real Property Act)

California Code of Civil Procedure 874.317 is the California partition statute that sets forth the manner in which a co-owner of property can buy out the interests of the other co-owners once the fair market value of the property has been determined. In conjunction with the appraised valuation process under Code of Civil Procedure 874.316, … Read More

Partition by Sale in California Attorney Partition Lawyer

Partition by Sale in California

What is a Partition by Sale? A partition action is the only court-ordered process in California to bring an end to co-ownership disputes by dividing real estate equitably among co-owners. California law allows for three manners of partition: partition in kind, partition by appraisal, and partition by sale. California partition statutes allow for all three … Read More

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